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At The Mill

By NickParry      
Taken today at Carew Mill in Pembrokeshire. An excellent location and the weather was great. I did upload a version of the image earlier but deleted as I wasn't 100% satisfied with it. The room was quite dark, but didn't want to use a flash, so had to use quite a high iso.

Comments and crits always welcome.


EDIT: Version 2 is my prefered version; it's a pity I didn't upload that first.

Tags: Model Wales Fashion Welsh Chloe Portraits and people Haverfordwest pembrokeshire Nude and glamour

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lobsterboy Plus
14 14.9k 13 United Kingdom
14 May 2008 9:27PM
Good eye contact pose and location, the only problem I can see is the skin looks a little to cold (in WB terms) to me. Maybe it's just picking up the blue of the dress but the skin looks bluey on my screen.


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14 May 2008 9:37PM
Like this one .
Richsr 11 91 223 England
14 May 2008 9:44PM
Like the lighting and tones in this - well captured.
Regards Richard.
fenia 10 Greece
14 May 2008 10:07PM
Badger 15 4.7k 20 United Kingdom
14 May 2008 10:46PM
Agree with Chris on this one, cracking pose and the same for the eye contact, makes the model look strong and in control.
Was this shot in RAW? A quick tweak on the white balance would add a little warmth to the skin tones.
cameracat 14 8.6k 61 Norfolk Island
14 May 2008 10:49PM

Quote:wasn't 100% satisfied with it

Clicked on the last version as I kinda liked the effect.....But have to agree with you as this one is much better all round....!
NickParry 12 1.0k 79 Wales
14 May 2008 10:56PM
Thanks for the comments. It was quite difficult shooting in there as there was very little light, and the only light from behind. I had to do a lot of camera settings to get it to come to life. It maybe has a slight blueness to it, but I don't mind that personally. It could be reflecting from the dress. It was shot RAW, so I may try and have another fiddle. Smile

Nick Smile
NickParry 12 1.0k 79 Wales
14 May 2008 11:18PM
Version 2 is a new warmer version; I think it needed a little warmth (thanks mattwaggie for the suggestion).

newy17 12 273 United Kingdom
15 May 2008 12:00AM
Love version one beautifully captured,
aviaandy 11 41 4
15 May 2008 12:06AM
I think the No2 is the better it somehow comes across as more naturally toned. Cracker of a shot though.
Nikrometor 10 4 United States
15 May 2008 1:34AM
I especially liked the version #4 Interesting pose.
Dave_Collier 12 236 2 England
15 May 2008 9:17AM
Cracking photo I especially like the black & white V3.
PeteWilliamson 12 545 2 Isle of Man
15 May 2008 9:30AM
Yeah, Version 3 for me too.. Striking.

olesyak 10 3 Norway
16 May 2008 10:04AM
2nd version for me, though would play a little with levels and contrast in PS
16 May 2008 5:42PM
Great pose, lovely captured. I liked version 1 and 3. Nat
SostanD 10 Canada
27 May 2008 9:44PM
Nice Shot

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